|Re: Design view with WTP? [message #200279 is a reply to message #200240]
||Sun, 23 September 2007 16:16
| Werner Keil
Registered: July 2009
Cool, thanks a lot for the tip.|
One thing you notice in this screenshot quite badly (though it is the
Java Perspective) as well as the latest WTP 3 preview is some
perspectives still being extremely cluttered with 'single-button'
Has anybody thought about getting those more compact at least for WTP ??
(I'm not talking about every Eclipse project out there)
Take Mylyn for example, as it has become part of most Europa distros by
now. Mylyn blends in perfectly with some of the standard Eclipse
Workbench toolbars and places its 'New Task' button into this combo
instead of wasting space by introducing its own 'New' toolbar just for
this one buttton.
I am wondering, why the 5 'New something' actions in WTP could not also
be grouped better or at least some of them use this extension point?
If you think, Bugzilla is a better place to claim such issue, please let
me know? Also, should there be a similar entry already (well, if I find
time, I might just use Mylyn to search for it anyway ;-)
David Carver wrote:
> neorf wrote:
>> How can i have the design view as dreamweaver? i've seen this image at
>> this post
>> http://dev.eclipse.org/newslists/news.eclipse.webtools/msg13 837.html
>> where has been activated some buttons to switch between showing only
>> source code, only design or both divided either horizontally or
>> how can i activate it? i've installed complete WTP plugin
> You need to install the full version of WTP as it isn't included in the
> WST distribution. Just install the complete JEE and JST packages, and
> I think you should get what you want. You then want to open HTML pages
> using the Web Page Designer editor instead of the HTML editor.
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